All the same, Tenniel has made most attractive pictures of them, feet and all.
Secondly, for one line that Holbein lays, Tenniel has a dozen.
Here is a woodcut of Tenniel's, which I think contains as high qualities as it is possible to find in modern art.
The reason is precisely the same as in the case of the Tenniel woodcut.
Many of Mr. Tenniel's designs are masterpieces of wise absurdity.
Speaking of animals, it must not be forgotten that Tenniel is a master in this line.
I was just eleven—the age to be first impressed by the pen of Carroll and the pencil of Tenniel.
During the last fifteen years Mr. Tenniel has oftenest supplied the political cartoon of Punch.
Similarly both Leech and Tenniel were in the habit of giving Bright an eye-glass.
Tenniel, Keene's coadjutor on Punch, was president of the society so far back as 1849.